Emma Le Fanu Halahan

(27 May 1871 - )
     Emma Le Fanu Halahan was born on 27 May 1871 in Dublin, Ireland. She was the daughter of Dr Henry Samuel Halahan and Frances Catherine Bourne. Emma Le Fanu Halahan was christened on 28 June 1871 in St Nicholas Without & St Luke, Dublin.
     Emma Le Fanu Halahan married an unknown person circa 21 February 1893 in 29 Harcourt St, Dublin. Marriage: ... Emma Le Fanu Halahan, daughter of the late Henry S Halahan.

Emma Maria Halahan

(December 1850 - 11 September 1931)
     Emma Maria Halahan's birth was registered in the quarter ending in December 1850 in 72 Upper Stamford St, Lambeth, Surrey. She was the daughter of Peter Augustus Halahan and Harriet Carpenter (Maitland). Harriet and Emma were listed as the children of Peter Augustus Halahan in the 1881 census in 407 Fulham Road, Chelsea, London.
     Emma died on 11 September 1931 in London, aged 80.
     Her will was proved on 16 November 1931 at London. Emma Halahan of 84 St George's Rd, Westminster, Mdx, spinster died 11 Sep 1931. Probate granted to Harry John Kemp, barrister. Effects £2217.

Emma Sarah Sophia Halahan

(after February 1843 - 5 February 1925)
     Emma Sarah Sophia Halahan was born after February 1843 in Ireland. She was the daughter of George Augustus Frederick Halahan and Jane Fleming.
     Emma Sarah Sophia Halahan married Rev Shem du Bourdieu, son of Saumarez du Bourdieu and Jane Carmichael, on 30 April 1861 in St George's, Dublin. He was the son of the late Samaurez DuBourdieu, Esq., MD, of Corryena, co. Longford.
     In George Augustus Frederick Halahan's will dated 9 January 1863 in 29 Harcourt St, Dublin, Emma Sarah Sophia Halahan was named as heir; His will, describing himself as a Doctor, mentions his share of lands of Ballinbrittig [Carrigtohill], co. Cork, his daughter Elizabeth Catherine Dobbin Halahan wife of Rev. Christopher Halahan, Carnew, co. Wicklow, his daughter Mary Jane Collins, wife of Rev Robert Reeves Collins of Castlemaine, Victoria, his daughter Emma du Bourdieu, wife of Rev. Shem du Bourdieu of Blythe, Canada West & a house called Mosopher Lodge situate at Gulistan Tce, Upper Mt Pleasant Ave, his entitlement to a share in the head rent of the lands of Glengar, co. Tipperary to go to his sister in law Sophia Louisa Flemyng, his sons Henry Samuel Halahan, Robert Handy Halahan and Richard Halahan.
     Emma Sarah Sophia Halahan married Samuel Handy Halahan, son of Dr Samuel Handy Halahan and Anne Hannan, on 11 May 1874 in Carlow. She was the widow of Shem de Bourdieu.
     Emma Sarah Sophia Halahan and Samuel Handy Halahan appeared on the 1911 census in 11 Marborough Rd, Kingstown, Monkstown, Dublin. Samuel H Halahan, head, 76, surgeon, Major, Army, retired, married 36 years, no children, born co. Dublin; Emma S S, wife, 68, ditto; with two lady boarders (Henrietta M Marthy, 75, blind, and Caroline Towers 66) living on dividends and a general servant Ellen Knowles. They lived in a 10 roomed house.
     Emma died on 5 February 1925 in 'Blenheim', Glenageary. Emma Sarah Sophia Halahan, widow, 82, private means, O/D L Halahan, present at death. She was buried in Deansgrange cemetery, Blackrock.
     Her will was proved on 9 April 1925 at Dublin, Ireland. Probate of the will of Emma Sarah Sophia Halahan, late of Blenheim, Marlborough Rd, Glenageary, co. Dublin, widow, who died 5 Feb 1925, granted at Dublin to Jane F Halahan and Emma H L Halahan, spinsters, Effects. £61,187.

Enid Dorothy Halahan

(15 February 1913 - 2006)
     Enid Dorothy Halahan was born on 15 February 1913 in Umzimkulu, Natal, South Africa. She was the daughter of Dr Samuel Handy Halahan and Constance May Shepperson.
     In 1938 ref 130 was listed in the National Archives of SA database as: Enid Dorothy Halhan v. Edzard Johan Adolf Grimbeck Lombar.
     Enid Dorothy Halahan lived. Enid and her son Vincent lived with her sister Kathleen Venter in Matatiele during the war years.
     Enid died in 2006.

Fanny Steer Halahan

(1 August 1837 - 3 March 1839)
     Fanny Steer Halahan was born on 1 August 1837 in Ghazipur (Ghazeepore), Bengal Presidency, India. She was the daughter of Robert Richard Halahan and Sophia Gibbs. Fanny Steer Halahan was christened on 25 September 1837 in Ghazipur (Ghazeepore), Bengal Presidency.
     Fanny died on 3 March 1839 in Kurnaul/Karnal, India, aged 1. She was buried on 4 March 1839 in Kurnaul/Karnal, Bengal Presidency, India.

Frances Elizabeth Wills Halahan

(18 May 1866 - )
     Frances Elizabeth Wills Halahan was born on 18 May 1866 in Harcourt St, Dublin. She was the daughter of Dr Henry Samuel Halahan and Frances Catherine Bourne. Frances Elizabeth Wills Halahan was christened on 11 July 1866 in St Nicholas Without & St Luke, Dublin.
     In Dr Henry Samuel Halahan's will dated 20 May 1888, Frances Elizabeth Wills Halahan was named as executrix of the estate. Frances E Wills Halahan, spinster, was guardian and residuary legatee of the will of Dr Henry Samuel Halahan in 1889; His will was made in favour of his son 'Billy.'
     Administration of the estate of Dr Henry Samuel Halahan was granted to Frances Elizabeth Wills Halahan, on 2 December 1889 in Dublin, Administration with will annexed of Henry Samuel Handy, late of Carrick co Donegal, MD, who died 5 June 1889 at same to Frances E Wills Halahan of 2 Harrington St, Dublin, spinster, the guardian, the residuary legatee. Effects £30.

Frances Holmes Halahan

(before 1798 - 2 May 1863)
     Frances Holmes Halahan was commonly known as Fanny. She was born before 1798 in Dublin, Ireland. She was the daughter of John Halahan and Mary Handy.
     Frances Holmes Halahan married Rev John Dunbar, son of Major John Killigrew Dunbar and Helena Nash, on 27 May 1815 in Greenock, Renfrewshire, Scotland.
     Frances Holmes Halahan lived at Ballybay, Monaghan, Ireland, from 1847.
     Frances died on 2 May 1863 in the Rectory, Ballybay, Monaghan, Ireland. The Londonderry sentinel reported on the 8th May 1863: On the 2nd May, at the Rectory, Ballybay, Frances Holmes, wife of the Rev John Dunbar.

Children of Frances Holmes Halahan and Rev John Dunbar

Rev Francis Johnstone Halahan

(18 November 1870 - 6 October 1951)
     Rev Francis Johnstone Halahan was commonly known as Frank. He was born on 18 November 1870 in Berehaven, Cork, Ireland. He was the son of Dean John Halahan and Harriette Sargent.
     Francis matriculated at Trinity College, Dublin, on 10 October 1888. B.A. 1892, Div Test; M.A. 1899. Francis was a clergyman at Armagh diocese, Ireland, from 1894. Francis Johnston Halahan. Installed rector of Drumcree 6 Jan. 1905. Trinity College Dublin - B.A. 1892, Div Test; M.A. 1899; ordained Deacon 1894, Priest 1894, curate Drumcree 1894-5, Rector of Mullaglass 1895-1905. He retired in 1948. He was listed in a directory dated 1900 at Mullaglass, Newry, Armagh.
     Rev Francis Johnstone Halahan lived at the Rectory, Drumcree, Portadown, Armagh, 1908.
     Rev Francis Johnstone Halahan married Martha Charlotte Totten. They had no issue.
     Rev Francis Johnstone Halahan lived at Drumcree, Portadown Armagh, 1912?. He signed the Ulster Covenant as F J Halahan, MA, TCD.
     He served as Services Chaplain in the Ulster Division from 1916 to 1918. Temp. Chaplain 1915 to 1921. He was awarded a Military Cross and Bar in 1917. He was an executor of Harriette Sargent's estate between April 1925 and May 1925 in London.
     Francis died on 6 October 1951 in 35 Wellington Park, Belfast, Antrim, aged 80. He was buried on 8 October 1951 in Drumcree, Armagh.

Air Vice Marshall Frederick Crosby Halahan

(27 May 1880 - 17 October 1965)
     Frederick was nick-named D. He was born on 27 May 1880 in Dulwich, Camberwell, Surrey. He was the son of Capt Samuel Handy Halahan and Hannah Croucher Engeham. Kathleen, Constance, Henrietta, Arthur, George, John and Frederick were listed as the children of Capt Samuel Handy Halahan in the 1881 census in Thomas' Hill, Haighlands, Camberwell, Surrey, England.
     Frederick was educated at Dulwich College, Surrey.
     He served in the Navy. He entered the Royal Navy in 1896 having attended Britannia Naval College in 1894. In 1896 he was Midshipman/Officer, 'HMS Immortalite'. (China Station). Appoiinted (RN): - Midshipman: Sub-Lt: Lt: 1900. 1906: Gunnery Officer, HMS Dreadnought. Lt Cdr: 15 Dec 1908.
1914: Head of Gunnery Section, Admiralty Air Department. Having become a gunnery expert, by 1914 he had organised an AA Corps in London, after which he started work in the Air Department of the Admiralty, where he joined a team, tasked with undertaking surveys of possible airfield sites. He eventually learnt to fly himself in 1915. He was a founder member of the RAF Rifle Association in 1921 holding the office of Chairman from 1929 until his death. [Air of Authority - A History of RAF Organisation]
1915 Wing Commander RNAS, Officer Commanding, Anti-Aircraft Section, Air Department, Admiralty.
Jan 1916: Officer Commanding, RNAS Units at Dover.
Wing Commander: 6 May 1916,
Wing Captain: 30 Jun 1917, Cdr: 30 Jun 1917,
Wing Capt RNAS Apr 1918.
In 1918 he transferred to the Royal Air Force: - Lt Col: 1 Apr 1918: 2 i/c, No 5 Group.
16 Dec 1918: Officer Commanding, No 5? Group, Acting Colonel.
1 Jul 1919: Deputy Director of Equipment (Quartermasters Services).
1 Aug 1919: Awarded Permanent Commission as a Colonel [temp. 1 Jan 1919]. Gp Capt: 1 Aug 1919 [1 Jan 1919],
22 Jan 1920: Removed from the Navy Lists on being awarded Permanent Commission in RAF.
Appointed Air Commodore: 1 Jan 1921 [1 Aug 1919].
1922 - 1923: Director of Aeronautical Inspection.
1 Apr 1923: Attended RN Staff College. 18 Apr 1924: Director of Technical Development.
1 Nov 1926: Commandant, RAF (Cadet) College/AOC, RAF Cranwell.
Air Vice Marshall: 1 Jul 1928, retiring in 1930.
22 Dec 1939: Staff, Directorate of Personal Services.
     Air Vice Marshall Frederick Crosby Halahan married Eve Muriel Groves on 14 October 1905 in London, St George Hanover Square RD. She was the daughter of the late James Grible Groves, of Oldfield Hall, Cheshire.
     Air Vice Marshall Frederick Crosby Halahan lived at Satttenham House, Milford, Surrey.
     Air Vice Marshall Frederick Crosby Halahan lived at The Glebe, Maughold, Isle of Man, UK.
     Air Vice Marshall Frederick Crosby Halahan lived at Commandant's House, Cranwell, Lincolnshire, 1929.
     Air Vice Marshall Frederick Crosby Halahan and Eve Muriel Groves travelled to Quebec, Canada, in May 1930 per the "Duchess of Atholl". They arrived 17 May from Liverpool.
          Adiralty records show: MVO 1907, Cwn, O - 1919, LoH, DSO 1 Jan 1918, MiD - 11 Dec 1917, CMG 1919, CBE 1923, DL (Lincolnshire) – 1937-50, JP (Cheshire)..
     Frederick died on 17 October 1965 in Ticehurst, Sussex, aged 85. Obituary: Air Vice-Marshall F C Halahan. Air Vice-Marshall F C Halahan, CMG, CBE, DSO, MVO., who died on Saturday, was among the naval officers whose specialist knowledge and experience was utilized in the early days of the RAAF, of which he was an original member.
A former gunnery lieutenant, he became head of the gunnery section in the Admiralty Air Department in 1914-16 and commanded RNAS units at Dover and Dunkirk in 1916-18. Although too old for active service in the Second World War, he returned for special duty in a lower role.
Frederick Crosby Halahan was born on May 27 1880, the son of Colonel S H Halahan of Sydenham, Chiddingfold. He was educated at Dulwich at the Royal Naval School, Eltham, and in HMS Britannia, which he entered as a cadet in 1894. Two years later he joined the cruiser "Immortalite" on the China Station. He became a lieutenant from 1900, gaining early promotion and specialized in gunnery.
Among the ships of which he was gunnery officer was the famous battleship "Dreadnought", which he joined while still under construction in 1906.
Shortly after the 1914-18 War broke out Halahan, then a lieutenant-commander, was appointed for duty in the Air Department at the Admiralty. This changed the course of his career. In 1915 he was graded as wing-commander in the RNAS. He was twice mentioned in despatches, and soon appointed DSO and CMG. From the formation of the RAAF in 1918, he was graded as lieutenant colonel.
The following year he was made Deputy Director of Equipment (Quartermaster Services) at the Air Ministry, and a month later was granted a permanent RAF commission as group captain. In 1921 he was promoted to air commodore, and a year later became Director of Aeronautical Inspection. From 1924 he was Director of Technical Development, and for three years form 1926 he was Air Officer Commanding at Cranwell and Commandant of the RAF College. He retired in 1930 having held the rank of air vice-marshal form 1928. He was awarded the CBE in the birthday honours in 1923. A keen rifle and revolver shot, he was the principal founder of the RAF Rifle Association in 1921, and or some time was chairman of its executive committee. His name is perpetuated in the association's Halahan Challenge Cup.
During the Second World War he returned for special service in the rank of group captain, reverting to the retired list in 1944.
He married in 1905 Muriel, eldest daughter of James Grimble Groves, of Cheshire, and had two sons and one daughter. Their elder son was killed in 1941
.
     His will was proved on 25 January 1966 at Winchester, Hampshire. Frederick Crosby Halahan of Glebe House, Bramshott, Liphook, Hampshire, died 17 Oct 1965 at Ticehurst House Private Clinic, Ticehurst, Wadhurst, Sussex, to John Bradley Trimmer, solicitor. Effects £679.

Children of Air Vice Marshall Frederick Crosby Halahan and Eve Muriel Groves

Capt Frederick John Crosby Halahan

(21 June 1900 - 30 November 1963)
     Capt Frederick John Crosby Halahan was born on 21 June 1900 in Cuckfield, Sussex. He was the son of Samuel Crosby Halahan and Maud Ethel Galton. Capt Frederick John Crosby Halahan was christened on 6 October 1900 in Chiddingfold, Surrey. Frederick and Margaret were listed as Samuel Crosby Halahan's children in the 1901 census in Cuckfield, SSX, ENG.
     Capt Frederick John Crosby Halahan appeared on the 1911 census in Stubbington House nr Fareham, Wickham, Hampshire. He was at school aged 10.
     Frederick served in the Royal Navy was awarded a DSC between 1916 and 1918.
     Capt Frederick John Crosby Halahan and Agatha Katherine Rose Close were engaged on 18 October 1921.
     Capt Frederick John Crosby Halahan married Agatha Katherine Rose Close on 25 March 1922. Capt Frederick John Crosby Halahan lived with Samuel Crosby Halahan and Maud Ethel Galton in 1929 in Littlecroft, Chiddingfold, Surrey. Capt Frederick John Crosby Halahan lived with Samuel Crosby Halahan and Maud Ethel Galton in 1931 in Chiddingfold, Surrey. Capt Frederick John Crosby Halahan and Agatha Katherine Rose Close were divorced in 1949.
     Capt Frederick John Crosby Halahan married secondly Jane Vivian Constance Stuchbury on 7 February 1950 in Hong Kong, China.
     In 1974 he was mentioned in a letter from Werner ott to Lord Mountbatten. Now to Commander or rather Captain Halahan RN ret. I think his initials are F.C. Of F for Frederick I am sure. After the war he was sent to Hongkong, which he did not like. Therefore he was prepared to accept the British Government's offer to be one of the volunteer farmers breaking the ground for the fertilisation of the high plain in Central Kenya. This met with a huge success, also for Halahan who came from a farming family in England. And I as one who grew up as a boy in the then German colony of East Africa, who has followed colonial history with great interest and who has had in 1962 and 1963 a chance to talk with the emerging new African leaders (most of whom are still in office) on the white man's achievement in Africa am willing to confirm that these large British farms were a magnificent achievement of a bunch of hard-working British experts. They all had become prosperous farmers when the end of the British Empire came and they felt deserted by the British Government in London. When I saw Halahan and his wife in November 1963 they were very pessimistic about the outlook. They doubted whether they could sell the farm and were thinking of going to South Africa. I have written three times in 1964 without any reaction, but I am sure that postal services were no longer up to standards and the Halahan farm was remotely situated on the slopes of Mount Elgin. "If the worst comes to the worst", said Halahan, "I have at least a naval captain's pension to fall back on". The Halahans had 2 boys about 10 and 11 years old in 63
Mountbatten responded:
I was also interested to hear about my old friend, Halahan, whom I haven’t seen for a long while and as he did not come to our 60th anniversary dinner of our Term which entered the Royal Naval College, Osborne, in May 1913, I rather fear be may not be alive..
     Frederick died on 30 November 1963 in Kitale, Kenya, aged 63.
     His will was proved on 8 February 1966. Frederick John Crosby Halahan of Kitali, Trans Nzoia district Kenya, died 30 Nov 1963. Porbate Eldorat to Jane Vivienne Constance Halahan. £564 in England.

Children of Capt Frederick John Crosby Halahan and Agatha Katherine Rose Close

Frederick John Legh Halahan

(5 November 1866 - 13 March 1953)
     Frederick John Legh Halahan was born on 5 November 1866 in Portmadoc, Ffestiniog RD, Caernavonshire, Wales. He was the son of Richard Flemyng Halahan and Mary Mills Legh.
     Frederick was a seaman, becoming First Mate in 1894, aged 28, certificate no. 257.
     Frederick John Legh Halahan and Mary Mills Legh appeared on the 1901 census in 46 Ampthill Rd, Bedford. Mary M Halahan 67, born Lewisham, Kent, living on own means; Annie E Peacock 22, servant, F J Legh Halahan 34, son born Portmadoc, Wales.
     Frederick or his brother fathered Frederick Charles William Payne born 25 Sept 1915 & was seen by family members paying off his Mother during 1915 ( very common practice at that time ).
     The marriage of Frederick John Legh Halahan and Henrietta E lvira Belly Reade was registered in Tendring RD, Essex, in the June 1923 quarter.
     Frederick's death was registered in the quarter ending on 13 March 1953 in St Leonards on Sea, Hastings RD, Sussex.
     His will was proved on 2 April 1953 at Lewes, Sussex.

Child of Frederick John Legh Halahan and Unknown Payne

George Augustus Frederick Halahan

(circa 1791 - 3 August 1866)
     George Augustus Frederick Halahan was born circa 1791 in Ireland. He was the son of John Halahan and Mary Handy.
George Augustus Frederick Halahan was apprenticed on 28 December 1804 in Dublin.
     The Dublin Evening Post reported on 12 Dec 1815 on the County Grand Jury Presentments - Medical appointments, relating to the appointment of Mr Halahan as Apothecary to the Kilmainhan jail.. He was listed in a directory dated 1820 as George Halahan, apothecary at 3 Mercer Street, Dublin.
     NAI REFERENCE:CSO/RP/1824/1422: Petition of George Halahan, Dublin, seeking appointment as apothecary to the convict hulk at Kingstown
Petition of George Halahan, apothecary, 138 St Stephen’s Green, Dublin, to Richard Wellesley, 1st Marquis Wellesley, Lord Lieutenant, Dublin Castle, seeking appointment to post of apothecary to the convict hulk at Kingstown [Dún Laoghaire], County Dublin. Indicates he has served in a professional capacity at Kilmainham Gaol for a period of 8 years, ‘where the convicts were formally confined before they were transmitted to Cork’. Also claims he is son of surgeon Halahan, who was professor of anatomy and surgery at the Royal College of Surgeons, for a period of 22 years, and adds he has 5 brothers who have given active service to the crown in the army and navy..
     George Augustus Frederick Halahan married Jane Fleming in 1824 in Dublin, Ireland. George was listed as George Halahan, Dublin, in the returns relating to apothecaries in 1829, having qualified in Dec 1804 in 1829, in Dublin.
     The Dublin Evening Post on 24 April 1830 preorted: New Civil Officers - Yesterday, Alderman harty was elected Lord Mayor of Dublin for th ensuing years. Messrs. John Mallet of Ryder's Row and George Halahan of S's-green, were elected High Sheriffs.. He was a Sheriff of Dublin, in September 1830. The Court circular in the Times Sat Oct 30 1830 stated "the following gentlemen accompanied the Lord Mayor of Dublin to present the addresses to their Majesties at the King's Levee on Wednesday: High Sheriffs Mallet and Halahan..."
There was a court case re the reimbursement of expenses incurred by Halahan & Mallet on a vistit to London,
He was listed in the "Return of Common Council Men of the city of Dublin 1824-1830", in 1829 as George Halahan. He was mentioned on the 12 July 1831 in the Dublin Evening packet as giving his last pulbic dinner as Sheriff. He was listed in a directory dated 1832 as George Halahan, esq., 139 Stephens'-green W, director, Apothecary's Hall. He witnessed Alfred Alexander De Lessert and Martha Georgiana Dunbar's wedding on 7 April 1832 in St Peter, Dublin, Ireland.
     There were several references to Geo A F Halahan as late churchwarden in the Assessment for St Peter's parish Dublin 10 April 1833. George was an apothecary and doctor in Dublin, from 1834. L.A. Dublin 1823, MD, University of Glasgow 1833. He was awarded the degree of MD in 1835 in Glasgow University. He was listed in a directory dated 1835 as GAF Halahan, apothecary at 138 Stephens Green West, Dublin. He was listed in a directory dated 1839 as George A F Halahan, M.D. & apothecary at 138 Stephen's Green West, Dublin. There was also a Mrs Ryan, Boarding House, at the same address. He was listed in a directory dated 1846 as GAF Halahan, physician & apoth at 12 St Stephen Green, Dublin. He was Sheriff of Dublin, in 1846. He was listed in a directory dated between 1846 and 1947 as Halahan, G A F & Son, M D, apothecaries at 12 St Stephens Green North, Dublin. In 1847 this was the same address as Rev Hickman Rose Halahan & Lt. Thomas Halahan.
     George Halahan, apothecary was included in the list of officers as per pay account for the quarter ended 31 Dec 1850 at Mountjoy Government Prison.      
George Augustus Frederick Halahan was an occupier in the Griffith Primary Valuation in 1850 in Harcourt St, Dublin. FitzWilliam ward, South Dublin Union: George Halahan, Harcourt St., house, office & yard, £40.0.0. He was listed in a directory dated 1850 as Halahan, George Augustus Frederick & Son at Dublin. George Halahan & Captain Thomas Halahan were at the same address. On 20 February 1850 George Augustus Frederick Halahan leased property from Jane Armstrong Halahan, Augusta Frederica Halahan and Dorothea Dopping Halahan in Rathmines, St Peter's parish, Dublin. Indenture of lease 20 Feb 1850: between Jane Armstrong Halahan of Gulistan, executor of Mary Halahan, widow, deceased ... Dorothea Dopping Halahan, & Lucy Halahan spinsters of Gulistan & ... Augusta Frederica Fitzsimons of Gulistan, widow ... re land of Cullenswood now called Gulistan.
Indenture of lease, same date between 1) Jane Armstrong Halahan, administrator of Mary Halahan, widow, Dorothea Dopping & Lucy Halahan; 2) Augusta Frances Fitzsimons, widow; 3) George Augustus Frederick Halahan of St Stephens Green, MD; whereby 1 & 2 let to 3 Cullenswood or Gulistan ... Mosopher Cottage build by Augusta Frederick Fitzsimon & Aubrey Cottage now in the possession of Mr Robert Halahan for 82 years

. George Augustus Frederick Halahan was a witness at Rev William Daniel Murray and Mary Sophy Halahan's wedding on 28 May 1851 in St Nicholas Without, Dublin; They had no issue. George Augustus Frederick Halahan was listed in a directory dated 1852 as GAF Halahan & Son, MD etc at Dublin. He was listed in a directory dated between 1854 and 1858 as Halahan, G.A.F., M.D. & son, Apothecaries to Kilmainham Prison, & Mountjoy & Richmond [and Philipstown after 1856] convict depots at 29 Harcourt St & 1 Bloomfield Place, Dublin, Dublin, Ireland. Valued at £54. Thomas, Hickman & Samuel Henry were also listed there.. He was listed in a directory dated between 1862 and 1863 as M.D. & apothecary at Dublin. In 1862 he was listed as: Halahan, George A F, M.D. Glasgow, L.A. Dublin, Mountjoy Prison, Dublin and in the Medical list as George, Apothecary, Gaol, Kilmainham.
     George Augustus Frederick Halahan travelled to Argentina on 24 June 1862 per the "Istria". A Mr Halahan aged 63, with his wife and 1 daughter arrived in Argentina from Liverpool.
     George Augustus Frederick Halahan made a will dated 9 January 1863 in 29 Harcourt St, Dublin. His will, describing himself as a Doctor, mentions his share of lands of Ballinbrittig [Carrigtohill], co. Cork, his daughter Elizabeth Catherine Dobbin Halahan wife of Rev. Christopher Halahan, Carnew, co. Wicklow, his daughter Mary Jane Collins, wife of Rev Robert Reeves Collins of Castlemaine, Victoria, his daughter Emma du Bourdieu, wife of Rev. Shem du Bourdieu of Blythe, Canada West & a house called Mosopher Lodge situate at Gulistan Tce, Upper Mt Pleasant Ave, his entitlement to a share in the head rent of the lands of Glengar, co. Tipperary to go to his sister in law Sophia Louisa Flemyng, his sons Henry Samuel Halahan, Robert Handy Halahan and Richard Halahan. He was listed in a directory dated 1864 as G A F Halahan, MD at Dublin.
     George died on 3 August 1866 in Carnew, Wicklow. Tipperary Free Press 10 August 1866 reported: At Carnew, county Wicklow, George F Halahan, Esq., M.D..
     His will was proved on 15 February 1867 at Dublin. The will of George Augustus Frederick Halahan, late of 29 Harcourt St, Dublin, M.D., who died 3 August 1866 at Carnew, co. Wicklow. PPR by the oath of Benjamin Ferguson Flemyng of 90 Bushfield Avenue, co. Dublin, C.E. [Civil Engineer, staff], one of the executors. Effects under £2000.

Children of George Augustus Frederick Halahan and Jane Fleming

George Augustus Frederick Halahan

(30 December 1860 - 10 September 1935)
     George Augustus Frederick Halahan was also known as George Frederick Augustus in records. He was born on 30 December 1860 in Carnew, Wicklow, Ireland. He was the son of Rev Christopher Halahan and Elizabeth Catherine Dobbin Halahan. George Augustus Frederick Halahan was christened on 31 May 1863 in Carnew.
     George was educated at Portora Royal School, Enniskillen, Fermanagh.
     George Augustus Frederick Halahan lived at Yallakar, between 1880 and 1891. He was listed as an occupant of Crown Lands, notice to lessees and licensees in arrear: Harrow district, licence dated 1 Jan 1884, G A F Halahan, Yallakar, 274 acres, Rents due: £54/16/0, 1 Aug 1879. On Nov 6 1891 500 acres of land at Yallakar in the county of Lowan, allotment 22 section B was available for grazing having been forfeited, 32nd section, leasehold of George A F Halahan. The lease or licence of 590 acres at Jallakr, in the Hamilton district was revoked for non-compliance with conditions in Oct 1891.
     George Augustus Frederick Halahan married Jane Amy Collins, daughter of Rev Robert Reeves Collins and Mary Jane Halahan, on 29 September 1889 in Castlemaine, Victoria. Halahan—Collins,—The marriage of Miss AmyCollins, eldest daughter of the Rev. John Collins, ofEdenthorpe, with Mr. George Halahan, brother of Dr. Samuel Handy Halahan, took place on Sunday,September 29. The ceremony was performed by thefather of the bride, and took place in a quiet and private manner at the residence of the bride's parents,before a small company of relations and friends..
     George and Jane were registered as George Frederick Halahan, farmer & Jane Ann Halahan, home duties at Chetwynd, Victoria, on the 1903 electoral roll.
     George was registered as George Augustus Frederick Halahan, farmer, Edenhope but also George Frederick Halahanm at Harrow at Edenhope, on the 1909 electoral roll.
     George Augustus Frederick Halahan lived at Edenhope, 1914. He was listed as Geo Halahan, grazier.
     George and Christopher were registered as George Augustus Frederick Halahan, farmer; Christopher John Halahan, labourers at Edenhope, on the 1914 electoral roll.
     George died on 10 September 1935 in Edenhope, Victoria, aged 74. He was buried in Edenhope.

Children of George Augustus Frederick Halahan and Jane Amy Collins

George Augustus Frederick Halahan

(31 May 1835 - before 21 March 1837)
     George Augustus Frederick Halahan was born on 31 May 1835 in St Stephen's Green, Dublin. He was the son of George Augustus Frederick Halahan and Jane Fleming. George Augustus Frederick Halahan was christened on 5 July 1835 in St Nicholas Without, Dublin.
     George died before 21 March 1837 in Dublin. He was buried on 21 March 1837 in St Paul, Dublin. George Hallahan 21 months. He witnessed Dr John Henry Halahan and Harriette Ann Dowling's wedding on 18 July 1855 in St Peter's, Dublin, Ireland. George Augustus Frederick Halahan witnessed Rev Christopher Halahan and Elizabeth Catherine Dobbin Halahan's wedding on 21 October 1858 in St George's, Dublin.

George Augustus Frederick Halahan

(before 1860 - February 1861)
     George Augustus Frederick Halahan was born before 1860. He was the son of Dr Henry Samuel Halahan and Isabella du Bourdieu.
     George died in February 1861 in Dublin. The Waterford Mail Feb 15 1861 reported the death of George A F Halahan, of Rutland Square, son of Dr Henry J? Halahan.

Captain George Crosby Halahan

(29 May 1875 - 29 July 1929)
     Captain George Crosby Halahan was born on 29 May 1875 in Sydenham, Kent. He was the son of Capt Samuel Handy Halahan and Hannah Croucher Engeham. Kathleen, Constance, Henrietta, Arthur, George, John and Frederick were listed as the children of Capt Samuel Handy Halahan in the 1881 census in Thomas' Hill, Haighlands, Camberwell, Surrey, England.
     Captain George Crosby Halahan served in the military in the 13th Battalion of the 47th (Duke of Cambridge's Own, or Lord Doughmore's) Company which was raised in 1900 between 1900 and 1902 in South Africa.
     Captain George Crosby Halahan married Constance Beryl Bertha Boyle on 4 October 1905 in All Saints, Ennismore Gardens, London. On the 4th Oct, at All Saints, Ennismore gardens, SW, by the Rev J H Light, vicar of Great Marlow, uncle of the bride, assisted by the Rev J Blair and the Rev W R Inge, vicar of the parish, George Crosby Halahan, son the late Col. Halahan of Chiddingfield, Sussex, to Constance Beryl Bertha, daughter of Sir Edward Boyle, Bart, KC.
     Captain George Crosby Halahan served in the military as a Captain in the Lincolnshire Regiment. He was wounded. He retired on 16 March 1918 between 1914 and 1918.
     Captain George Crosby Halahan lived at Ridgley Rd, Chiddingfold, Surrey, 1929.
     George died on 29 July 1929 in Surrey, aged 54.
     His will was proved on 23 November 1929. George Crosby Halahan of Eastwick, Chiddingfold, Surrey, died 2 July 1929
Probate was granted to G K Bailey, solicitor & Edward Oivers Crosby Halahan, organ builder. Estate valued at £1158/1/9.

Children of Captain George Crosby Halahan and Constance Beryl Bertha Boyle

George Edward Desmond Crosby Halahan

(13 April 1910 - 9 January 1990)
     George Edward Desmond Crosby Halahan was commonly known as Desmond. He was born on 13 April 1910 in Hambledon RD. He was the son of Captain George Crosby Halahan and Constance Beryl Bertha Boyle.
     George Edward Desmond Crosby Halahan married Doreen Reed on 1 August 1941.
     George Edward Desmond Crosby Halahan and Doreen Reed lived at 'Sinton Court', Sinton Green, Hallow?, Worcestershire, 1974.
     George died on 9 January 1990 aged 79.

George Grenville Handy Halahan

(August 1906 - October 1906)
     George Grenville Handy Halahan was born in August 1906 in Hambledon RD. He was the son of Captain George Crosby Halahan and Constance Beryl Bertha Boyle. George Grenville Handy Halahan was christened on 8 September 1906 in Chiddingfold, Surrey.
     George died in October 1906 in London, St Marylebone RD, Middlesex.

Georgianna Halahan

(17 January 1824 - 22 October 1885)
     Georgianna Halahan was also known as Georgiana in records. Georgianna Halahan was also known as Georgina in records. She was born on 17 January 1824 in St Helen's, Montreal, Quebec, Canada. She was the daughter of Dr John Wallen Halahan and Mary Anne Creighton.
     Georgianna Halahan married Lt Colonel Charles Francis Skyring on 12 October 1848 in King's Chapel, the Garrison, Gibraltar.
     Georgianna Halahan and Lt Colonel Charles Francis Skyring were recorded on the 1851 census in Hythe Barracks, Hythe, Kent. Charles Francis Skyring, married, 37, resident engineer, Captain Royal Engineers, born Gibralter; Georgiana, wife, 26, born Canada; Dashwood Easthope Skyring, aged 1, born Hythe.
     Georgianna Halahan and Lt Colonel Charles Francis Skyring travelled to Quebec, Canada, in 1856 per the "Anglo Saxon".
     Georgianna Halahan appeared on the 1871 census in 2 Braye Rd, Alderney, Channel Islands, UK. Georgianna Skyring 42, widow, born Kingston, Canada West; Dashwood Skyring, son, 21, clerk, born England; Florence Skyring, 18, born England; Charles Skyring, 17, scholar, born Scotland; Edith Skyring, 14, scholar, born Jersey; Ethel Skyring, 7, born Scotland; Charles Blundell 15, visitor, born England; Mary MacKenzie 20,servant, born Guernsey.
     Georgianna died on 22 October 1885 in Alderney, Channel Islands, UK, aged 61.

Children of Georgianna Halahan and Lt Colonel Charles Francis Skyring

Guy Frederick Crosby Halahan

(21 February 1917 - 14 February 1983)
     Guy Frederick Crosby Halahan was born on 21 February 1917 in Kensington RD, Middlesex. He was the son of Air Vice Marshall Frederick Crosby Halahan and Eve Muriel Groves. Guy was a composer.
     Guy died on 14 February 1983 in Bramshott, Hampshire, aged 65. He was buried on 21 February 1983 in Bramshott.

Guy Nevil Halahan

(1906 - 28 September 1931)
     Guy Nevil Halahan was born in 1906 in Edenhope, Victoria. He was the son of Dr Samuel Handy Halahan and May Sarah Sophia Collins.
     Guy Nevil Halahan lived at Lameroo, South Australia, October 1919.
     Guy died on 28 September 1931 in Springvale, Victoria. HALAHAN- On the 28th September, at Balmoral avenue, Springvale, Guy Nevil, youngest son of Dr anl Mrs Halahan, aged 25 years. He was buried on 29 September 1931 in The Necropolis, Springvale. HALAHAN. - The Friends of Dr. and Mrs Halahan are respectfully notified that the funeral of their youngest son. Guy Nevil, will leave their résidence, Balmoral avenue. Spring vale, This day (Tuesday, 29th September), at 3.30 o clock, for internment in the Necropolis, Springvale.
     His will was proved on 2 December 1931 at Victoria. He was described as an engineer of Springvale.

Harriet Halahan

(March 1849 - )
     Harriet Halahan's birth was registered in the quarter ending in March 1849 in London, Lambeth RD, Surrey. She was the daughter of Peter Augustus Halahan and Harriet Carpenter (Maitland). Harriet and Emma were listed as the children of Peter Augustus Halahan in the 1881 census in 407 Fulham Road, Chelsea, London.

Harriet Anne Halahan

(circa 1878 - 10 April 1940)
     Harriet Anne Halahan was also known as Harriette Anne Halahan in records. She was born circa 1878 in Fermanagh, Ireland. She was the daughter of Rev Christopher Halahan and Elizabeth Catherine Dobbin Halahan. Jane, Emma and Harriet were listed as Rev Christopher Halahan's children in the 1901 census in Mullylogan, Fermanagh, Ireland. Harriet Anne Halahan were listed as Rev Christopher Halahan's adult children in the 1911 census in Donaghmoyn, Monaghan. Harriet Anne Halahan lived with Elizabeth Catherine Dobbin Halahan and Jane Flemyng Halahan in 1912? In Vicardale, Donaghmoine, Carrickmacross, Monaghan; ECD Halahan, J F Halahan and Emma H S Halahan signed the women's section of the Ulster Covenant with this address, then N H Halahan of Hamstead, London and then H Halahan of Vicardale.
     Harriet Anne Halahan and Anne Hannan Halahan were administrators of Jane Flemyng Halahan's estate, on 12 September 1928 in London, Jane Flemyng Halahan, of Blenheim, Marlborough Rd, Glenagary, co. Dublin, spinster died 20 March 1928. Adminstration was granted to her sisters Anne& Harriet.
     Harriet died on 10 April 1940 in Glenageary, Monkstown.
     Her will was proved on 25 June 1941 at Dublin. Hariette Anne Halahan, spinster, Blenheim, Marlborough Road, Glenageary, Co. Dublin.

Henrietta Frances Halahan

(5 December 1872 - 1 June 1951)
     Henrietta was nick-named Tiny. She was born on 5 December 1872 in Sydenham, Lewisham, Kent. She was the daughter of Capt Samuel Handy Halahan and Hannah Croucher Engeham. Kathleen, Constance, Henrietta, Arthur, George, John and Frederick were listed as the children of Capt Samuel Handy Halahan in the 1881 census in Thomas' Hill, Haighlands, Camberwell, Surrey, England.
     Henrietta died on 1 June 1951 in Surrey, aged 78.
     Her will was proved on 25 July 1951 at the Principal Probate Registry, London, England. Spinster of Fairfield, Chiddingfold, Surrey. Effects £15588.

Henry Crosby Halahan

(4 December 1922 - 4 April 1950)
     Henry Crosby Halahan was born on 4 December 1922 in Weymouth RD. He was the son of Capt Frederick John Crosby Halahan and Agatha Katherine Rose Close. Henry served in the Royal Air Force. Was a Pilot Officer.      
Henry Crosby Halahan emigrated from England on 30 August 1948 to Natal, South Africa, per "Carnarvon Castle". H C Halahan aged 25, radio engineer.
     Henry died on 4 April 1950 in Johannesburg, South Africa, aged 27.

Capt Henry Crosby Halahan RN, DSO

(11 June 1883 - 23 April 1918)
     Henry was nick-named 'Hooly'. He was born on 11 June 1883 in Dulwich, Camberwell RD, Surrey. He was the son of Capt Samuel Handy Halahan and Hannah Croucher Engeham.
     Henry served in the Royal Navy between 1897 and 1918.
     Capt Henry Crosby Halahan RN, DSO married Brenda Cecil Cooper on 2 January 1907 in Chiddingfold, Surrey.
     Capt Henry Crosby Halahan RN, DSO and Brenda Cecil Cooper appeared on the 1911 census in Old Pickhurst, Chiddingfold, Surrey.
     Henry died on 23 April 1918 in "HMS Vindictive", Zeebrugge, Belgium, aged 34. HMS Vindictive was fitted, along the port side, with a high false deck from where the 18 brows, or gangways that would carry the stormers and demolition men across to shore. The men were gathered, in readiness, on the main and lower decks, whilst Colonel Elliott, who was to lead the marines, waited abaft the bridge on the false deck. The ‘Bluejacket commander, Captain H C Halahan. was waiting amidships. As the Vindictive rolled alongside the Mole the gangways were lowered. They banged, scraped and, as they hit the Mole, they rebounded. The word was awaited for the assault to begin. Before the order was given, both Colonel Elliot and Captain H C Halahan were killed almost immediately the Vindictive pulled alongside the Mole. He was buried at sea with a memorial in Chiddingfold, Sussex. The memorial states: To the undying memory of Captain Henry Crosby Halahan, Royal Navy, of this parish, Companion of the Distinguished Service Order, Officer of the Order of Leopold, Officer of the Order of the Crown of Italy, officer of the Legion of Honour, Croix de Guerre ave palm et Etoile. Born 11 June 1883. Killed in Action Zeebrugge Mole, St George's Day 1918.
There is also a memorial at Chatham Naval Memorial, Kent, plot 27, MEMORIAL #14372276 . Regiment/Service: Royal Navy, H.M.S. 'President.' Honors: D S O.
     His will was proved on 30 July 1918 in the Principal Probate Registry. Halahan Henry Crosby of Old Pickhurst, Chiddingfold , Surrey, DSO, commander RN, died 22 April 1918 at Zeebrugge Mole, Probate London 30 July to Frederick Crosby Halahan, colonel RAF. Effects £1152/9/11.
     Photo added by laurinlaurin espie; Pictures Added by Cliff Barry; Brad Evans, Officer of the Legion D'honneur. Croix de Guerre Avec Palme et Etoile (France). Order of the Crown of Italy. Order of Leopold II. (Belgium). Son of Colonel and Mrs. Samuel Handy Halahan, of Sydenham Hill, Surrey; husband of Brenda Cecil Halahan, of Old Pickhurst, Chiddingfold, Surrey. Buried at sea, on 25th April, 1918, off the S. Goodwins..

Children of Capt Henry Crosby Halahan RN, DSO and Brenda Cecil Cooper

Henry Samuel Halahan

(21 December 1896 - )
     Henry Samuel Halahan married Mildred Gundlefinger. Henry Samuel Halahan was born on 21 December 1896 in New York, USA. He was the son of Samaurez de Bourdieu Halahan and Margaret Mary Reid.

Dr Henry Samuel Halahan

(before June 1830 - 5 June 1889)
     Dr Henry Samuel Halahan was born before June 1830 in Ireland. He was the son of George Augustus Frederick Halahan and Jane Fleming. Henry was a physician in Dublin, Ireland, from 1849. RCSI & Meath Hospital. LM Rotunda 1849, LRCSI 1852, LA 1858. Asst physician at the Lying in Hospital, Dublin from 30 March 1859. Admitted Licentiate RCPI 23 March 1860, roll no. 452. LM 24 1860. The British Medical directory lists his registration as 28 Dec 1858 and he is listed at 29 Harcourt St, from 1863 to 1875. He was listed in a directory dated between 1854 and 1857 as Samuel Henry Halahan, L.R.C.S.I at 29 Harcourt St, Dublin. Samuel Henry Halahan, L.R.C.S.I. (and accoucher), 29 Harcourt St, Dublin. Same address as George A.F., Thomas & Hickman. Colleges, school of medicine & surgery: R.C.S.I. Licentiates residing in Ireland - Halahan, S H, 12 St Stephens Green, Dublin.
     Dr Henry Samuel Halahan married Isabella du Bourdieu, daughter of Saumarez du Bourdieu and Jane Carmichael, on 27 November 1856 in St Peter's, Dublin, Ireland. Dr Henry Samuel Halahan was listed in a directory dated 1862 as Henry S Halahan at Dublin.
     Administration of the estate of Isabella du Bourdieu was granted to Dr Henry Samuel Halahan, in December 1862 in Dublin, Administration of the estate of Isabella Halahan, late of 29 Harcourt St, Dublin, died 14 January 1862 at Rotunda Hospital, Dublin, at PPR to Henry Samuel Halahan of 29 Harcourt St, Surgeon, husband of the deceased. Effects under £200. He was listed in a directory dated from 1863 to 1864 as Halahan, Henry Samuel, L.R.C.S.I at Dublin. 1863: Dublin directory - Halahan, Henry Samuel, L.R.C.S.I. & accoucheur & ex-assistant Rotunda Lying In hospital, 29 Harcourt St. These premises (on the corner of Camden Place) were occupied by H S Halahan, H R Halahan, Rev E S Ormsby & Rev Hugh Hamilton.
1864 - MD, LMK QCPI, LRCSI & accoucher, etc.
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     In George Augustus Frederick Halahan's will dated 9 January 1863 in Dublin, Dr Henry Samuel Halahan was named as heir; His will, describing himself as a Doctor, mentions his share of lands of Ballinbrittig [Carrigtohill], co. Cork, his daughter Elizabeth Catherine Dobbin Halahan wife of Rev. Christopher Halahan, Carnew, co. Wicklow, his daughter Mary Jane Collins, wife of Rev Robert Reeves Collins of Castlemaine, Victoria, his daughter Emma du Bourdieu, wife of Rev. Shem du Bourdieu of Blythe, Canada West & a house called Mosopher Lodge situate at Gulistan Tce, Upper Mt Pleasant Ave, his entitlement to a share in the head rent of the lands of Glengar, co. Tipperary to go to his sister in law Sophia Louisa Flemyng, his sons Henry Samuel Halahan, Robert Handy Halahan and Richard Halahan.
     Dr Henry Samuel Halahan married secondly Frances Catherine Bourne on 3 December 1863 in St Peter, Dublin, Ireland.
     Henry was registered as a resident freeman at Dublin, on the 1868 electoral roll. He was listed in a directory dated between 1870 and 1875 as Henry Samuel Halahan, LKQCP Irl & L.M. 1860; L.RC.S.I. 1852, L.M. Dublin Lying In Hospital 1849. Member Obst. Soc. Dub., Med. Soc. Coll. Phys & Surg Soc Ireland ..; late resident surgeon Meath hospital & co. Dublin Infirmary at Dublin. He was listed in a directory dated 1877 as Henry Saml Halahan, ex-physician, Lying In Hospital at Dublin.
     Dr Henry Samuel Halahan lived at 8 Iona Terrace, Sth Circular Rd, Dublin, 1879.
     Dr Henry Samuel Halahan lived at Carrick, Donegal, between 1883 and 1885. He was medical officer to Carrick Dispensary District from c.1880, He was the author of various papers on obstetrics.
     Dr Henry Samuel Halahan made a will dated 20 May 1888. His will was made in favour of his son 'Billy.'
     Henry died on 5 June 1889 in Carrick, Glenties RD, Donegal.
     The administration of his estate was granted to Frances Elizabeth Wills Halahan on 2 December 1889 at Dublin. Administration with will annexed of Henry Samuel Handy, late of Carrick co Donegal, MD, who died 5 June 1889 at same to Frances E Wills Halahan of 2 Harrington St, Dublin, spinster, the guardian, the residuary legatee. Effects £30.

Children of Dr Henry Samuel Halahan and Isabella du Bourdieu

Children of Dr Henry Samuel Halahan and Frances Catherine Bourne

Colonel Henry Thomas Halahan

(16 August 1836 - 25 October 1900)
     Colonel Henry Thomas Halahan was born on 16 August 1836 in Gibraltar. He was the son of Dr John Wallen Halahan and Henrietta Brownrigg. Henry, Mary, Elizabeth, Samuel and Charles were listed as the children of Dr John Wallen Halahan in the 1851 census in Field Officers Quarters, Woolwich Common, Kent.
     Colonel Henry Thomas Halahan served in the military as an Ensign 3rd Foot 24 Nov 1857, Lieut 26 Sep 1860, Captain 2 Oct 1866, Major East Kents 1 Nov 1878. Lt Colonel 1st East Kent Regt 30 Nov 1883, Substantive colonel 30 Nov 1887. He retired 23 May 1888 from 1857 to 1888.
     Colonel Henry Thomas Halahan appeared on the 1871 census in Cheriton, Kent. Henry T Halahan, aged 35, unmarried, Captain 3rd Regiment, born Gibraltar.
     Administration of the estate of Henrietta Brownrigg was granted to Colonel Henry Thomas Halahan, on 7 January 1881 in London, Henrietta Halahan, late of Mount Durant in the Island of Guernsey, widow, who died 26 Feb 1878 at Mt Durant was granted to Henry Thomas Halahan of 94 Piccadilly, co. Mdx, the son and one of the next of kin.
     The marriage of Colonel Henry Thomas Halahan and Charlotte Harriette Blyth (Franklin) was registered in London, St George Hanover RD, in the December 1893 quarter. She was the widow of Rev Charles Franklin whom she married at Kensington in 1865.
     Henry died on 25 October 1900 aged 64. He left no issue.
     His will was proved on 14 November 1900 in London. Henry Thomas Halahan, of 12 Gloucester-street, Pimlico, Mdx, retired colonel in HM Army died 25 Oct 1900. Probate London 14 Nov to Charlotte Harriette Halahan, widow Effects £2660/6/2.

Rev Herbert Maziere Halahan

(17 September 1875 - 22 June 1919)
     Rev Herbert Maziere Halahan was born on 17 September 1875 in Berehaven, Cork. He was the son of Dean John Halahan and Harriette Sargent.
     Herbert was educated at Fermoy College, Cork.
     Herbert matriculated at Trinity College, Dublin, between 1894 and 1897. He entered 18 June 1894, BA 1898, Div Test 1899, MA 1906. Herbert Ordained deacon 24 Dec 1899 D... Priest 25 Mar 1901 Killeshandra, Curate at Drung 1900-02, Diocese of Kilmore, co. Cavan. Curate at Killac...agh, Berehaven 1902-07. Resigned 1907 from 1899 to 1907.
     Rev Herbert Maziere Halahan lived at the Rectory, Berehaven, Cork, 1908.
     Rev Herbert Maziere Halahan married Frances Ida Jane Darley on 10 October 1912 in Belfast.
     Herbert died on 22 June 1919 in Southsea, Portsmouth RD, Hampshire, aged 43. He had no issue.
     The administration of his estate was granted to Frances Ida Jane Darley on 12 December 1919 at London. The Reverend Herbert Mezziere Halahan, of 9 Blackrock Terrace, Bantry, Cork, clerk, died 22 June 1919 at 49 Festing Road, Southsea, Hampshire. Administration to Ida Halahan, widow. Effects £291 in England.